Yes, there is irony inBreaking Dawn. First of all, it is ironic that Bella, who believed she was so average (or less than average when considering her clumsiness) excels so well at being a vampire. I, also, believe it is ironic that the Cullens, who have never changed anyone who was not a death's door, agreed to change Bella when she was perfectly healthy. Then, due to her fight to keep her baby, puts herself at death's door making it a non-issue for Edward to change her. She removes all of the internal struggles he was facing at the fulfillment of his promise to her.
The irony is, that Bella and Edward knew all along who was behind the attacks in Seattle, they just didnt understand.
It's ridiculously awesome, you should read it.
yes in breaking dawn read chapter 19
yes Bella and edward gets married in breaking dawn
Edward Cullen from the book Breaking Dawn by Stephenie Meyer Edward Cullen from the book Breaking Dawn by Stephenie Meyer
it is breaking dawn the last one and they have lots more surprises better than her becoming a vampire he he
There is no book after Breaking Dawn. It is the last book in the series.
breaking dawn is the last book in the twilight saga
she gets married near to the beginning of the book 'Breaking Dawn'
There isn't another book. Breaking Dawn is the last book of the saga. Part two movie is the second half of the book, Breaking Dawn.
the setting of the book breaking dawn was in Forks, Washington
Probably in the book Breaking Dawn
The second movie of the breaking dawn book will be called breaking dawn part two.
A book store
the last book
Because breaking dawn is the last book, dur
Alistair's Power In The Book Breaking Dawn Is,That He Is A Tracker Like James Was And Demetri Is.